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Chopin Magazine Review

by admin on August 11th, 2013

“Armenian-born pianist Besalyan possesses truly lucid and beautiful sound that reminds you of perfectly matched pearls. It was in the Rachmaninoff group in the first half, where the pianist displayed this quality with tremendous conviction.”

“In Besalyan’s rendition of Prokofiev’s Seventh Sonata the ‘violence’ and the ‘cool‐headedness’ were brought out with much power and set apart vividly from Prokofiev’s hollow and distorted melodies.”

“I must say that Besalyan is a true heir of the mainstream of Russian pianism, like Horowitz.”

Go to Press to read the complete review.

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